Total land protected: 10,416,714 hectares
Area: 1,142 hectares
Location: 380km south east of Perth
As part of the broader Gondwana Link project, Beringa plays a critical role in protecting mallet and moort woodlands, which are vulnerable to frequent fires. It also protects some of the most important intact riparian (creekside) land in the region.
Area: 6,600,000 hectares
Location: 900km NW of Perth, 500 km SW of of Port Headland
The Birriliburu Indigenous Protected Area covers 6.6 million hectares in the Little Sandy and Gibson Deserts – roughly the same size as Tasmania. The Traditional Owners are the Martu people who've established a ranger program employing locals from Wiluna and surrounds.
Area: 650,000 hectares
Location: North of Fitzroy Crossing
Bunuba country is in the central-west Kimberley surrounding the township of Fitzroy Crossing and including Giekie Gorge, Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge National Parks.
Area: 68,600 hectares
Location: 355km north east of Perth and 60km east of Perenjori
Named in honour of the great naturalist, this reserve lies on the northern edge of the WA wheat belt and extends into the more arid Eremean Province to the north, falling largely within the Southwest Botanical Province – an internationally recognised biodiversity ‘hotspot'.
Area: 897 hectares
Location: 430km south east of Perth
Chereninup Creek Reserve is part of a vital habitat link between the Fitzgerald River and Stirling Range national parks. Three woodland types almost eliminated from the WA wheat belt region are protected here: york gum, flat-topped yate and granite sheoak.
An ambitious connectivity project that aims to restore and reconnect fragmented habitats between the Stirling Range and the Fitzgerald River National Parks and ultimately create an extensive 1,000km stretch of linked native vegetation from the karri forests of the south-west to the Great Western Woodlands around Kalgoorlie.
Area: 30,050 hectares
Location: 145km north of Geraldton
Land clearing and the insidious spread of salinity have devastated much of this region, making the remaining bushland on Eurardy exceptionally important for species such as the nationally vulnerable Malleefowl.
Area: 202,644 hectares
Location: 250km north of Geraldton
Abutting the shore of Hamelin Pool and the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, Hamelin Station is a former sheep station of exceptional conservation importance.
Partnership area: 2.1 million hectares
Location: South-west Kimberley, 190km south of Broome
Known as the gateway to the Kimberley, Karajarri Country comprises Jurarr (coastal country) with brilliant blue waters dotted with mangroves and sandy white beaches, and Pirra (inland country), characterised by sparse vegetation and red dunes of the Great Sandy Desert. Supporting more Karajarri women, particularly young women, to work on country is the main focus of our partnership.
Area: 389 hectares
Location: 270km south east of Perth
The largest protected area of wandoo woodlands in the region, it shows us what this country was like before the destructive policies of the 1960s, when a million acres of WA bushland a year was burned, buried and bulldozed for broad-acre farming.
Area: 3,186 hectares
Location: 430km south east of Perth
The Monjebup, Monjebup North and Red Moort reserves protect a significant patch of bushland that's critical to restoring and relinking the heavily cleared landscape between the Stirling Range and Fitzgerald River national parks as part of the Gondwana Link Partnership.
Area: 759,806 ha (Uunguu IPA stages 1 and 2)
Location: 600km north east of Derby
The land and waters of the Wunambal Gaambera people covers an incredible 2.5 million hectares of white sandy beaches, rocky escarpments and rugged gorges. We've helped create a Healthy Country Plan and worked on the ground with traditional owners and rangers.